"Me and my family officially condemn all forms of violence. We are shocked by what had happened in Paris. Obviously, I advise him [Salah] to surrender to police," Mohammed told the French BFM TV channel.
According to Mohammed, Salah had been visiting a mosque from time to time, was acting normal and never gave any grounds to suspect him in being radicalized.
Another Abdeslam brother, Ibrahim, was a suicide bomber who detonated himself outside the Comptoir Voltaire cafe in one of a series of coordinated attacks at various locations in Paris that occurred on November 13. The terrorist acts killed about 130 people and injured over 300.